From the SANParks Times :
Nestled in Waterberg Mountains
For a very long time Marakele National Park only offered accommodation to people who love camping.
Those who are not camp enthusiasts had to either be day visitors or book themselves a place outside of the park, which often gave them little time to explore the scenic beauty of the Waterberg Mountains.
That situation is now a thing of the past since Motswere guest house is up and running.
In December 2012, Morswere, a farm house turned guest house was opened to the public and welcomed families (big and small) and couples who wanted to experience the mountainous area in the comfort of a home away from home.
The facility was converted into a guest house in 2012 and was re-named Motswere (a Setswana name referring to leadwood tree species) in appreciation of the indigenous tree that are found in the area.
It boasts four fully furnished bedrooms and two bathrooms, which offers visitors the magnificent view of the Waterberg Mountains and the ambiance of the area without feeling that they have actually left their home.
It is beautifully furnished and offers TV with selected DStv channels and aircon.
With a fully fledged kitchen which has a fridge, microwave, cutlery and crockery, the only thing that guests need to bring is their clothes and food to last them during their stay.
Braai facilities and benches with spectacular views offer a more relaxed and well-rounded experience of Marakele.
A family with children can let the little ones run around and enjoy themselves in this secured (fenced) environment without the fear of a predator coming close.
The guest house is about 10 minutes from the main gate and during rainy seasons requires a high-rise or 4x4 vehicle since the road becomes muddy.
The facility is serviced on a daily basis with fresh linen provided.
Enquiries : Central Reservation on 012-426-9111 or Marakele National Park on 014-777-6928/29/30/31.